Madelaine Ginsberg
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Spring Meadow

Acrylic 21 x 28"

 

 

 

Harbor

Acrylic 22 x 29"

 

 

 

Southwest #1

Acrylic 21 x 28

 

 

 

 

Reflecting Sun

Acrylic  24 x 30"

 

 

 

Windswept

Acrylic 14 x 20"

 

 

 

Island 1

Acrylic 26 x 34"

 

 

 

Island 2

Acrylic 18 x 26"

 
 

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Madelaine Ginsberg

7528 4th Avenue West
Bradenton, Florida 34209
941-795-2539
email:
maddy7528@gmail.com

ARTIST’S STATEMENT
The splendor of the natural world intrigues and moves me. I want to show the flow and movement of colors and shapes as they interact, merge and transform. Always there is the thread of the natural landscape – wind, water, mountains, trees, and land and sea forms – weaving through the abstract forms to give rhythm and pattern to the artworks.

BIOGRAPHY  
MADELAINE GINSBERG is a professional painter, art teacher and art therapist. The Palm Avenue Gallery, Hang-Up Gallery and J.E.Voorhees galleries in Sarasota represented her from 1991 – 2001. Other exhibitions include a 3-person show at the Roskamp Center hosted by the Sarasota Arts Council in November 2003, a 3-person show at the Venice Art Center in March 2003, a group exhibition at the Selby Library, January – March 2002, Sarasota Arts Council Offices in 1997, Kathleen Carillo Gallery in 1996, Janet Reid Hodges Gallery, Art League of Manatee County in 1994 and Jane Bancroft Cook Library, USF/New College in 1993.
Other exhibitions include a group exhibition at the Selby Library, Jan. - Mar. 2006.

 

She has a B.A. and. M.S.. from the University of Bridgeport, Ct. and graduate training in art therapy from the College of New Rochelle, N.Y. Art studies include the Art Students League and American Art School in NYC and Silvermine College of Art, Norwalk, Ct. She was Assistant Director of Art at the Stamford Museum in Stamford, Ct. from 1977-1990 and taught art to children and adults from 1970-1990. She was one of the co-founders of The Arts for Special People, Inc., a non-profit corporation formed to present the arts to special populations.
 

 

 

 

 

 


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